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crush the ability to the united states has given you. you have to cut the stocks from the cover off the united states. a country where we are pushing up 40 points per share this morning. virtually all the money was made right here in the united states. ♪ >> europe, was so awful that it almost wiped out the american gain. >> the house of pain. >> asia had a nice turn to a 40 million plus dollar gain. $85 million. but, hey, that is not much from the scheme of things. south america profit open again not all that significant. contrast that news with the report. ♪ hallelujah >> u.s. based furniture maker makes bed springs that i'm sure at some point pondered going into europe or latin mesh. i'm sure a whipper snapper said we have to make it more in the bed spring market. guess what? the good old us of a made these guys important. not because the stocks are going down, this one will be a jumper when the market opens tomorrow. it has been two weeks since the markets open tomorrow. the mortgage business, us bank corp and i'm not banking away. wells far go. i think it may have dinged the
of the united states of america and have him go after all the insider traders. at the same time, presidential candidate interested in higher stock prices should vow to bring back arthur leavitt. should be rolled back tomorrow. third, i would say from the first day in office, i demand that all federal vehicles be retrofits to run on natural gas engines to clean up the skies and hire hundreds of thousands of americans to build up the infrastructure to handle the federal vehicles. that would force the hand of the trucking companies to switch from dirty, expensive imported diesel and cause gasoline to go down in price for all of us. we need to start using the natural gas in this country. that would let us cut defense spending. we would no longer need to spend hundreds of billions of dollars supporting other regimes. fourth, i would have the federal government take advantage of the low interest rate environment and issue $500 million in 30-year bonds to fix the nation's infrastructure. fifth, i would slap tariffs on goods made by countries. that would stop the endless parade of jobs migrating from
of all of our employees and facilities in the east of the united states. we have a lot of our operations in the mid atlantic and northeast. but we do have crews working with the oil companies with the utility industry out there to help them get service back on track once this storm passes and the event is over. so right now, we're really just hunkering down like most and hoping and praying this thing passes over from a safety standpoint. >> we see the refineries closing one by one. have you ever had a flood or -- you have to clean up a flood mess at a refinery? >> oh, certainly. you know, most of these sites do shut down for the safety of their work force and the plant themselves. so we'll see what happens. if they need support, we're certainly there. that's the kind of work that we do. we did it during katrina and rita back in the '05-'06 time frame as you know. our emergency response crews are ready to go. we have teams staged and our emergency response center is staffed here at norwell. you know, we expect over the next, you know, 24-48 hours to be activated and help and deal with any
% of all canada's oil exports in the united states. it has more than $30 billion worth of secured and potential projects on the drawing board. not to mention creation of tens of thousands of jobs, maybe even more. something that governor romney suggested last night could happen if we simply unleash the power of the energy industry and the infrastructure demands. they yield 2.8%, they have potential to boost it 11% to 15% annually. they have already given you a 30% return since we spoke to the former ceo a little more than a year ago. for some bizarre reason there were many doubters about the stock, not this guy. we want to know if the stock has more room to run. let's talk to al monico who just this week took out over as enbridge's ceo. welcome to "mad money." >> nice to be here. >> please sit down. thank you for coming on our show. i know you just took over. this is a great opportunity. >> glad to be here. >> you're kind of the man of the hour, frankly. governor romney starts the debate basically talking about energy and saying how many jobs could be created. if anyone's going to
recognize that the united states is starting to become the more dominant market on the earth. today is the perfect example. we woke up to news that once again, some data point from china showed a further decline and that clearly faltered the economy. then that negativity was tossed to europe. will spain take the bailout or not? it's the european spinoff of deal or no deal. by the time we get to our market, i saw this morning at 4:00 a.m., we were looking down substantially. eight of us on world bank survey. i have to admit that when i heard the litany, my first reaction was, oh, here we go again. get ready to baton down the hatches because of the chinese slow down and the european stalemate. i tweeted just that at 4:15. i said here we go again, get ready. but the more i thought about it, the more i realized, are you kidding me? this again? these two headlines? are they even headlines? when they were first in the news, they were clearly disruptive forces, just terrorizing. they stayed that way for many, many months. but somehow the immediate market is graduated from them. sure enough
jobs here in the united states. >> and these are high-paying jobs, the kind the president says we need to have. these are not low-paying jobs where there's safety issues, either, right? >> timken is one of the safest companies in the world. that's first point. secondly, our people deal with high technology in every aspect that they do. in the steel mill that we went through today everyone deals with computers, has to understand the technology in it. these are high school graduate, plus most of them have the equivalent of a tech school degree. >> let's talk about the technology and what it does. we went to look at an oil rig. we're trying to get at oil in this country. and the utica shale right near here, 18,000 feet. we've got to go way down and then to the left. this was oil and gas that was too expensive to get to until we had the technology to do it. you're part of that technology. >> this oil and gas boom is an opportunity for timken to develop new products. and in fact one of the products that drives that sideways drilling is made right here in this plant. it's called a piece of a
do that by appointing preet bharara as attorney general of the united states of america and have him go after all of these insider traders and crooks that populate the banks. they should be indicted, not need to settle where they can pay the government in money funded by the shareholders rather than the wrongdoers. at the same time, presidential candidate interested in higher stock prices should vow to bring back arthur leavitt. the best sec chair we've ever had so the playing field could be leveled and all the ridiculous financial engineering including elimination of the uptick rule should be rolled back tomorrow. third, i would say from the first day in office, i demand that all federal vehicles be retrofitted to run on natural gas engines to clean up the skies and hire hundreds of thousands of americans to build up the infrastructure to handle the federal vehicles. that would force the hand of the trucking companies to switch from dirty, expensive imported diesel and cause gasoline to go down in price for all of us. because of the liquefied natural gas competition. we need to star
of oil and gas properties across the united states. they are able to maintain or grow cash flow. they are not squash buckling drillers. they are the opposite of wild caters. but the production is 100% hedge. i look at the high prices. you don't have to worry about volatile commodity prices. since 2003 the company has made 54 acquisitions for a total of $10 billion. during 2012 alone the company bought 1.2 oil and gas properties in the kansas basin. bp was so strapped for cash. boo et boo! . and in july line hit up bp again and acquired 23% interest in the field in exchange for recovering $400 million. it is a tremendous company with a fantastic growth prospect. considering in five years stocks give you a 123% return. however, europe line has a flaw. and that flaw explains why they created linco. the problem is this. line energy is not really a stock. it is a master limited partnership. the rules about how the mlp's are taxed are different than the rules regarding the taxation. these rules make mlp's very unappealing to certain types of investors. bear with me for this. if you ow
♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> believe it or not, the united states of america is perhaps the strongest big economy on earth right now. europe's struggling to stay afloat. china's slowing down. but despite all the gloom and doom you hear endlessly from politicians on both sides of the aisle, the u.s. is actually coming back and we're coming back stronger than you think. that's one of the reasons why came out here to youngstown, ohio, which is not just sitting on top of a gigantic natural gas deposit, it's also the industrial hub of the largest state in the rust belt. that's why we're in canton. but you know what? maybe the rust belt isn't quite so rusty anymore. everybody acts like all the good manufacturing jobs have gone to china, yet the best manufacturers on earth are still right here in america. take timken, tkr, an ohio-based company that was founded more than a century ago, when they made roller bearings for mule-drawn carts. this year timkenmakers the bearings for precision tasks like the mars rover and the wheels on your jet aircraft. the industrial ren
disappointing piece of chinese data. or we can recognize that the united states has begun to reassert itself as the dominant market on the globe, filled with many stocks that simply aren't impacted by world events and others that have enough domestic business to offset any global worries out there. today is the perfect example. we woke up to news that once again, some data point from china showed a further decline in that clearly faltering economy. then the book of negativity was tossed to europe where we saw still more dillydallying. will spain take the bailout or not? it's the european spinoff of deal or no deal. by the time we get to our market as represented by the s&p futures i saw this morning at 4:00 a.m., we were looking down substantially, aided by some world bank survey that downgraded global growth. i have to admit that when i heard the litany, my first reaction was all right, here we go again. get ready to batten down the hatches because of the chinese slow down and the european stalemate. i tweeted just that at 4:15. on jim cramer@twitter. i said here we go again, get ready. but
economy here in the united states. as we see the global economy start to slow down, i was in europe a couple of weeks ago, and their look at the u.s. to continue to be strong. if we see a failure of washington to deal correctly with the fiscal cliff, it could be difficult for polaris to continue our strong performance. >> all right. let me go to the latter, because presidential. the president can come in. he may not be able to affect the fiscal cliff because he needs the congress to work together. >> jim we deal with many regulatory bodies. we have great relationships whether it's nhtsa on the motorcycle side on the consumer safety commission. and we work those relationships hard. we just need to make sure as they're imposing regulations that they keep the balance between safety that we always put at the paramount for our consumers, but the economic impacts in the states where we operate in and the dealers where they sell. >> is that a republican/democrat issue? >> i think it can be. typically you see republicans favoring slightly less regulations, democrats slightly more. and i thi
, normally i like to have real estate investor guys on because they know the tenor of the united states but you have huge exposure. in your most recent conference call you actually talk about -- what it's like in japan, china, brazil, canada. mexico. and these are doing very well. >> they are indeed. we're in 21 countries and with the exception of a few countries in europe, the rest of the world is actually doing pretty well. including some of the places in europe and northern europe, the u.k., turning the corner. so southern europe has still got a ways to go. i would say the world after three or four years of being very soft in our business has really firmed up and is doing quite well. >> okay. how do you deal with the perception of the gloom and doom? in other words, if someone were to turn you on and say this man obviously has no real exposure to these economies, he would know better than you, but no one has the exposure you have. >> this is not new news, the fact that europe is in trouble is not new news. that has been more than adequately reflected in our valuation. in fact, i did
in the drawer. fourth, you need something from a safe geography, from a foreign country if the united states is weak or a domestic security play if the rest of the world is stinking up the joint. and last but absolutely not least, you need some gold. because gold has a special property. one that makes the metal precious to any diversity. consider it your insurance to economic or geopolitical chaos. consider it insurance against uncertainty or inflation. all things that cause most stocks to decline. i like to think of the gold position as contained of stock insurance. would you own a home without homeowner's insurance? a car without car insurance? you shouldn't invest without gold exposure. because gold pays off when everybody else fails. it's also been about the best-performing asset year after year for the last decade. wraging up gains at a period where every other asset class has truly disappointed. it's not about the upside, it can be considerable. it's about minimizing risk to the downside. there will be a whole host of sectors poised to outperform gold. none that works like the insuranc
these stores are doing very well, or at least in the united states. how do we know this? in the latest quarter ulta posted a 9.3% increase in same store sales. ulta plans to open 100 new stores this year, increasing told footage by 22%. that's what these managers are looking for. you might think that kind of expansion can't be sustained for very long. you'd be wrong. ulta believes they can have a 1,200 locations in the united states, that's a 45% increase in the current store cap. that's what these managers like. that means the company still has a very long runway for growth and it's why investors have been lapping up the stock all year. until it gets near that target of stores, i think the stock can climb higher, though this is an icarus situation with the sun being saturation. as short sellers think the good news can't last, but that's even more grist for the mill of many momentum funds. oh, wow, a big short position. let's go down there and give them the business. how about tractor supply? right now they have 1,135 stores in 45 states. the company is on target to open 90 to 95 more this yea
, not just the united states. and you're right, we are the largest player in equipment for the sporting goods world. there are obviously big companies like nike that are the biggest in soft goods. we've chosen to be real experts, got good soft goods businesses too. but we've been the leader in focusing on the disciplines of the hard goods market. we've continued to invest in a period when a lot of other companies have not invested, like in the ski industry, not a lot of snow last year. cost people revenues like it has us, but we have not held back on our investment, and we're making a big investment in asia, new outdoor manufacturing capabilities. >> mm-hmm. >> state of the art plants that will last us for the next 10 to 15 years, we are looking at this business for the long-term. >> one of the things you've done successfully, most haven't is you said, listen, i'm fed up with my stock price, it's not reflecting the greatness. and you did a -- i'm going to ask you to describe it. i had scott mcgregor from broadcom on today. they reported a great number, the stock went down. that's a kind of ma
. >> so election coming up in the united states. obviously, you're a french company, but you're a worldwide company. would either candidate -- judging from the debates, would either candidate be better for your business? >> well, you know, i think we've been through -- we went through the bush administration, the obama administration. you know, i think there's going to have to be some examination of health care costs, no question about it, no matter who gets elected, there is a belief this is one of the major driver of government deficits going forward, so we'll have to work with either administration, but an important issue on both sides of the atlantic. >> the last question i want to ask you, if there is one area that's costing governments worldwide the most, it is diabetes. that has become a major focus for you. where are we? dreaded disease, epidemic proportions. what have you got? >> 250 million people have diabetes on the plan. and the most important thing, though, is that we can prevent this disease. and we will spend $100,000 to treat you. we will not necessarily spen
about this international exposure. we have seen this play out in the united states. they still have a lot of catching up to do and this is not a secular growth story. even if economies around the world slow down, companies will still keep adopting credit cards and debit cards. they are more convenient than cash. these stocks are about the march of progress. it is not going to be halted by a bad chinese gdp number. plus we know global spending met ticks stablize in july and august after dropping off. things are looking brighter. what else? both companies have pristine balance sheets. visa is sitting on $3.2 billion cash. each have like able management teams. ceo of visa ran provide yan. and before that he was in charge of fleet bank. how about this masstermastercar? he took over in 2009. i'm hearing this guy is brilliant. he became the ceo of asian pacific. this is a brand guy who understands the emerging markets and by wait. you are welcome on this show. now the great thing about them is that they are both when striking distance, the stocks are pretty cheap. i'm not saying they are
than almost any chief executive in the united states. both gentlemen are welcome on this show. the great thing about visa and mastercard is even though they run pretty far this year and even though they're within striking distance of their all-time highs, the stocks are actually pretty cheap. i'm not saying cheaper than 2015 earnings the way so many momentum investors are trying with the anointed stocks in the fourth quarter. they're very cheap on those numbers but visa and mastercard are inexpensive on next year's numbers. visa cells for 19 times 2013 estimates. mastercard a we ate team times estimates saying both have rates of 19%. that's why they love these stocks. they're low price, low earnings multiple stocks. how about 16 times earnings for 2014? do you see why the buyers are so relentless? these and mastercard joined the ranks of amazon and google in our fourth quarter hot list. these terrific growth stocks should go higher after we're done with this selling squall. i'm predicting a jackie wilson like step up here because the money managers who already own them will ke
involved in 26% of all existing home sale transactions involving a broker in the united states. there is some market share. given that the housing market is now on the rebound, realology could have many years of mammoth growth ahead of it. the purest calls on housing play out there. so this is indeed a fabulous growth story. it has just got the secular growth path right nourkts and because of that market share, wow. even though realolgy was being spun off by apollo, those guys believe in the story so much, they didn't sell any of their shares. apollo still owns 48%. normally these private equity guys, they call them p.e. guys because people in the media want to sunday like they know, the p.e. tries to sell as much as they can. the result, realology spiked. this is a real estate broker for heaven's sake, but it's got growth. it's got fast growth. and then two biotech ipos that performed wonderfully. there was kiothera biofarmer. when you dig deeper, they have some similarities. and we're going to plum the similarities that made them successful. they're a commercializing treatmen
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